At the end of September Wolfheart will release the album Constellation Of The Black Light. Now the single Breakwater is available as a music video.
Breakwater is the result of their long journey into the ice and snow of Iceland’s glaciers to record the official music video. It is the start of the story, telling about the Constellation Of The Black Light. Wolfheart’s music videos are always very intense and have a deep connection to the concept behind the band, since they are all done by the band, from production to editing. So it is no surprise, that their video for The Flood from 2017 got more than 1.2 million views so far.
The band said, «Again it was an adventure in every meaning of word to go thru this video process from beginning to the end. It included, for example, swimming in +2 degree glacier water in Iceland and having significant plastic parts in our backline turned into a liquid form. And the adventure will continue since Breakwater is just the 1st of total amount of 3 videos carrying a bigger story».
Wolfheart from Finland is centered on the mastermind Tuomas Saukkonen and he tells that, «Determination and perseverance were the key points in the making this album while conquering obstacle after obstacle during the process of recordings while coldness and beauty of winter were the themes where the music was born. This is definitely a triumph in Wolfheart career and one of the biggest battles won in my personal career. I could not be more satisfied with the result and with new label and management behind us we are headstrong to stay in the bath of victories».
Wolfheart`s music embraces the sheer force and beauty of Finnish nature with fiery passion. The four piece from Lahti labeled its epic and harsh sound Winter Metal which is indeed a thrilling score to nocturnal soul-searching in deep, snowy forests. The fourth album Constellatin Of The Black Light proves to be uncompromising and dives headfirst into Black Metal, Nordic Death Metal, soaring melodies and complex arrangements as on the opener Everlasting Fall.
This is the start of a colossal journey that these Finns embark on with their typical melancholy. They have a knack for sparse piano parts on the tune The Saw and the guts to be dramatic on Defenders. So Wolfheart succeeds in finding the right balance between Extreme Metal and a little Doom romance: a demanding work of art that is second to none. Death and Doom freeze to Winter Metal!